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SQL Service Broker Management Studio

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Service Broker is part of the SQL Server 2005 Database Engine, includes infrastructure for asynchronous programming that can be used for applications within a single database or a single instance as well as for distributed applications. The current version of the management st...

TopCat

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TopCat is a Service Catalog. Its goal is to make easier the decoupled publication of services within a Service Oriented Architecture, providing dispatching, versioning, documentation, and more.

Microsoft SQL Server Community Samples: Service Broker

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This project contains SQL Server Service Broker samples contributed by Microsoft outside of the regular release cycle, MVPs, and other members of the community.




AppServices - lightweight framework for IOC and Dependency Injection in SOA

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AppServices is a lightweight service container which can inject services into other objects, visual controls or components. It works with .NET Full, .NET Compact and Silverlight (included WP7). It manages automatically the service dependency. Its advantage is declarative confi...

Microsoft SQL Server Product Samples: Service Broker

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This project contains Reporting Services samples released with Microsoft SQL Server product.

monitor-table-change-with-sqltabledependency - Get SQL Server notification on record table change

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SqlTableDependency is a high-level C# component used to audit, monitor and receive notifications on SQL Server's record table changes. For any record table change, as insert, update or delete operation, a notification containing values for the record changed is delivered to SqlTableDependency. This notification contains insert, update or delete record values. This table record tracking change system has the advantage to avoid a select to retrieve updated table record, because the updated table values record is delivered by notification.


vault-service-broker - The official HashiCorp Vault broker integration to the Open Service Broker API

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This repository provides an implementation of the open service broker API for HashiCorp's Vault. The service broker connects to an existing Vault cluster and can be used by multiple tenants within Cloud Foundry.The HashiCorp Vault Service Broker does not run a Vault server for you. There is an assumption that the Vault cluster is already setup and configured. This Vault server does not need to be running under Cloud Foundry, OpenShift, Kubernetes, etc, but it must be accessible from within those environments or wherever the broker is deployed.

meta-azure-service-broker - A service broker to manage multiple Azure services in Cloud Foundry

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Cloud Foundry on Azure is generally available. If you want to try it, please follow the guidance.You need an Azure account. With the account, you need to prepare a service principal and SQL Database on Azure which will be used in the deployment of the service broker. For the service offerings and plans, please refer to each specific service.

mariadb-broker - A MariaDB Helm Chart Service Broker for the Kubernetes Service Catalog

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This is an implementation of a Service Broker that uses Helm to provision instances of MariaDB. This is a proof-of-concept for the Kubernetes Service Catalog, and should not be used in production. The MariaDB Service Broker can be installed using the Helm chart in this repository.

service-fabrik-broker - Cloud Foundry service broker which provisions service instances as Docker containers and BOSH deployments

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This broker was inspired by the cf-containers-broker. It supports Docker and Bosh-based service deployments. More details on the implemented Cloud Foundry contract can be found here. Read the Big Picture behind Service Fabrik Broker. The famous Docker will be required for a local start of the broker. You can avoid this by removing any Docker service defintion from the broker settings/configuration/catalog.

spring-cloud-open-service-broker - Spring Cloud project for creating service brokers that conform to the Open Server Broker API specification

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Spring Cloud Open Service Broker is a framework for building Spring Boot applications that implement the Open Service Broker API. See the project site and reference documentation to get started building a service broker using this framework.

on-demand-services-sdk - SDK for building Service Adapters for the Cloud Foundry On-Demand Service Broker

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This is an SDK for writing service adapters for ODB in Golang. It encapsulates the command line invocation handling, parameter parsing, response serialization and error handling so the adapter authors can focus on the service-specific logic in the adapter. This will speed up the time to meeting the service author deliverables outlined here. Before creating a service adapter you will need to have BOSH release for the service that you wish to deploy.

open-service-broker - Open Service Broker is an implementation of the "Open Service Broker API" based on Spring Boot & Groovy

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Open Service Broker is an implementation of the Open Service Broker API. It enables platforms such as Cloud Foundry & Kubernetes to provision and manage services. Open Service Broker is built in a modular way and one service broker can host multiple services.

service-manager - Service Manager Core

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Service Manager is a central registry for service brokers and platforms. It tracks service instances creation and allows sharing of services and service instances between different Platform Instances. The Service Manager allows for an application to use services and service instances from multiple platforms. Refer to the Service Manager Documentation for extensive details about concepts, use-cases, installation, etc...

helmi - Configurable Open Service Broker using helm

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Helmi can use environment variables to define an external dns name for connection strings and a username/password for basic authentication. The service catalog and referenced Helm charts are also configured using env variables.

docs-on-demand-service-broker - Documentation for the On Demand Service Broker SDK

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Use master for next the unreleased version, and numbered branches for the corresponding live releases. The latest version on master is routed to "/svc-sdk/odb/0-2n". This is to facilitate ease of access, push quicker to production, and reduce the need for large changes to the associated files. Cross-product partials for On-Demand Service Broker SDK v0.23.x branch are single sourced from the Services Partials repo.